The attorneys at McCoy & Hiestand are committed to volunteering for a variety of community organizations. We’ve always felt a special connection to the people and communities we serve and we believe in the importance of giving back to make Kentucky a better place to live and work. In keeping with these values, we actively contribute as often as we’re able. Below you’ll find just a few of the latest organizations we’ve been involved with.
As the coronavirus created shutdowns and put a strain on essential employees, the team at McCoy & Hiestand took time to provide meals as a sign of appreciation.
McCoy & Hiestand is a proud sponsor of Kenya Keys!
Their mission is helping high school and college students in rural Kenya realize their potential through education and experiences that lead to academic achievement, marketable skills, gainful employment, and increased leadership capacity. As a result, their potential becomes competence, confidence, and self-reliance, resulting in generational change.
IB DAY OF ACTION
Our team joins with the Injury Board each year to give back to the community in a nationwide Day of Action. Past projects have included volunteering at community food banks and nursing homes. Our team values giving back throughout the year but we look forward to this event every year! Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to stay updated on our service projects.
The staff and attorneys lent a hand to Feeding America in Bardstown, KY. Feeding America is a nationwide network of food banks that feeds more than 46 million people through food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and other community-based agencies in communities across America, leading the nation in the fight against hunger.
BETHLEHEM ROBOTICS TEAM
Chad is the coach for the Bethlehem Robotics Team, which provides a fun and unique opportunity for students at Bethlehem High School in Bardstown. The Robotics Club covers subjects such as computer programming, technology, and mechanics, and also competes in regional and national robotics competitions.
The staff and attorneys took pizzas and drinks to the VA Medical Center Inpatient Addiction Assistance Program, which helps brave veterans who struggle against addiction upon their return home.